If it is a 4gig SSD 701SD.
Can I make a suggestion. Buy yourself a class 10 16gig or 32 gig external SD Flash card and Install and run Linux off of it using the Esc key to change boot order after power on.
That way you won't have to fight keeping the internal 4gig ssd drive from filling up. I run AntiX 11 Full iso on my EEEPC 900 and have / installed to 4 gig SSD with /home symlinked to secondary 16gig internal ssd drive. I have to work at it to keep the 4 gig ssd drive from filling up after dist-upgrades as I run it as a rolling Debian Testing release install. Initial AntiX 11 Full iso install came in at 2.1gig of space on the 4 gig ssd.
I plan on reversing that later on when AntiX 12 comes out and putting / on my secondary 16gig internal ssd drive on that 900 and using the 4 gig ssd as storage.
If you can't afford what I suggest
This is a custom spinoff of Slack0 Puppy linux. Has a lot of extra stuff added to it. You can run a full install and not crowd the 4gig ssd drive.